£15m to relay and improve streets and pavements across Brent

Brent Council has announced it will spend £15m to deliver ‘large-scale improvements’ on the borough’s pavements and walkways.

22 Feb 2024 | More...

Sign up to take part in this year’s RoadPeace challenge

Emergency services, road safety partnerships, schools, businesses and communities will be running, cycling, walking or horse riding 1,766 miles in May to raise awareness of the number of people killed on UK roads.

20 Feb 2024 | More...

Hounslow to power up EV charging network

Hounslow Council has announced plans to install more than 1,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging points this year.

16 Feb 2024 | More...

School Streets a “crucial part” of Haringey’s plans to support active travel and improve road safety

The roll out of School Streets is accelerating in Haringey, with eight new schemes set to revolutionise journeys for 4,500 children at 13 more borough schools.

14 Feb 2024 | More...

TfL completes work on two major new sections of Cycleway

TfL has completed work on the latest phase of Cycleway 50 in Islington and Cycleway 23 in Hackney, as part of its commitment to expand the network.

8 Feb 2024 | More...

Turbans can be as effective as cycle helmets in a crash, research shows

A new study from Imperial College London has revealed that the style and thickness of turbans affect the risk of serious head injury in Sikh cyclists.

7 Feb 2024 | More...



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This article, written by Cllr Amy Foster, vice-chair of the London Road Safety Council, was first published by Local Government First.


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